Truckfile Voice and Dakota shortlisted in Business Continuity Awards

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Published: 18 March 2024
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Truckfile Voice and Dakota shortlisted in the ‘Innovation of the Year’ Category at the 2024 Business Continuity Awards

Truckfile; the UK’s leading provider of web-based fleet and workshop management, driver safety check and compliance systems, alongside partners Dakota; real-time data capture, printing, mobility and voice-directed solutions specialist, have been shortlisted in the ‘Innovation of the Year’ Category at the CIR Magazine Business Continuity Awards 2024.

The Business Continuity Awards are the definitive mark of excellence in the sector, celebrating the past year’s greatest successes in business continuity, security and resilience. Our 30 categories represent a number of opportunities for entrants to showcase their best people, products and projects.

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As a long-standing customer of Truckfile, having used our Workshop software for a number of years, Intercounty Boston knew that Truckfile’s system was constantly evolving and using cutting-edge technology to improve system processes whilst reducing maintenance costs and downtime, so with that in mind, Intercounty Boston turned to Truckfile for assistance in helping to reinvigorate its maintenance and inspection processes.

Truckfile Voice shortlisted for Business Continuity Awards

Paul Whittingham, Managing Director at Truckfile explains, “Having worked with Intercounty Boston for some time, their request was extremely timely, as we had just launched our voice-enabled solution in conjunction with our partners Dakota, so we were keen to offer this new system to help improve Intercounty Boston’s inspection procedures and drive efficiency improvements across their maintenance and inspection processes. Having worked in partnership with Dakota for three years to bring this solution to market, we were confident that collectively we could deliver the gains and improvements that Intercounty Group were looking for.”

Philip Jarrett, Commercial Director at Dakota explains, “In addition to a smooth flow of data and information, the ‘hands and eyes free’ benefit of our voice-directed solution means that operatives are able to work on vehicles much more safely, as both of their hands are free to use whilst conducting an inspection. This helps to ensure that all operatives remain safe while performing their day-to-day tasks. It also helps to immeasurably speed up the entire process, leading to massive productivity and efficiency gains.”

Mercedes-Benz Dealer Northside Truck and Van has seen a major improvement in workshop efficiency after trialing Truckfile Voice.

Nick Stott, Service Manager at Northside Leeds has commented that “Vehicle inspections are now taking an average of ninety minutes instead of two hours. With approx. 30 vehicles going through our workshop daily it means efficiency has improved massively in the short time we have been using it.”

The Business Continuity Awards Ceremony will take place at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square on 20th June 2024.

Find out more about Truckfile’s fleet and workshop management software.

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